Lucinda Morgan has been the director of international education at Allegheny College in Meadville, PA since 2017. Previously she worked for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Illinois) creating study abroad and professional development programs. She speaks Mandarin and is conversational in Spanish, and formerly taught future educators in China at Jiangsu Institute of Education and Taishan University and was the language development coordinator at the Canadian high school affiliated with the Nanjing Foreign Language School. Lucinda was an IIE Confucius China Studies Program Joint Research PhD Fellow at East China Normal University and has a MEd in global studies in education from Illinois and her BA is in East Asian studies with a minor in religion from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. She received her TESL Certificate from St. Michael’s College in Vermont and is a recipient of FLAS Fellowships for advanced Mandarin studies. Her research interests are educational policy, identity formation, transnational education migration, global citizenship, and the internationalization of education.